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Steganography In Ubuntu, Hide Your Files Inside An Image

May 22, 2013, 11:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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Nowadays, our personal computer is not only a work tool, it is also our private space where we store our little secrets. Protecting our personal data from prying eyes should be one of our top priorities. People use cryptography or encryption to hide their data and think that their data is hiden, but cryptography does not hide data from a third party, its goal is to make your data unreadable by a third party. This is a big mistake that a lot of people make when they try to hide and protect their data from the prying eyes. I think this happens because they never heard about steganography, the sience of hiding information. In this article i will not discuss what steganography is in detail because it is not the purpose of this article but i will teach you how to hide your files inside an image.

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